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A great tour and informative conversation with the interim director of the Lewis County Gospel Mission Janet Anderson discussing services provided and community member needs.

The mission provides approximately 2,400 warm meals a month, food pantry, adult clothing, showers, and counseling services. It was greatly damaged by the 2022 flooding this year and repairs are ongoing. Their immediate needs are food pantry donations, cold/winter weather clothing, and volunteers.

SAVE THE DATE: Gospel Mission Auction on April 29, 2023 at the Centralia Christian School.

Learn more and support the Lewis County Gospel Mission

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